Lamar-Valley

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In the first weeks of June, the pups frolic at the rendezvous site in Slough Creek while their parents bring them their first meals of fresh elk meat. When the elk herds move down into the Lamar Valley, the pack follows — only to find other packs have already established territories in the valley. So they journey further south, up and over Specimen Ridge, then down into the valley of the Yellowstone River. There, on the banks of the Yellowstone, with Tower Fall thundering nearby, the pack makes a new home amidst fellow predators and plentiful prey. Here the pack will stake out a new territory, protect their family from danger, and and raise a new generation of skilled hunters.   

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Wild wolf tracks in Yellowstone. We saw a pack of five wolves here today, and left the Lamar Valley in the evening after hearing their chorus of howls! Shot some photos and video with the DSLR that I will upload later. #yellowstone #wolves #adventure #travel #roadtrip

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Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder.

A bison stands alone in Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Valley.
The National Bison Legacy Act, which designates the bison as the USA’s official mammal, has passed the U.S. House and is expected to pass the Senate this week.

For more photographs of the majestic bison please check out @dguttenfelder and the May issue of National Geographic Magazine which is devoted to Yellowstone and the centennial of the U.S. Park Service. by natgeo